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Can I ask if there is any reason why people seem to have small caravans on their land.

Has it got anything to do with hopefully getting planning permission in the future for development on your Land.

The reason I ask is that when I purchased my property it had 2 small caravans. One has had a workshop built up against it(Now looks like part of the building.

I have another one which is beyond repair and was thinking of just getting rid of it as it is an eye soar but was wondering if it would be a mistake to just knock it down.

I live in the campo and have noticed looking around that lots have caravans and even seen an area of land recently fenced off and two caravans have appeared on it with no sign of anyone staying on it in more than 18 months or more
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It might be that they stay there temporarily while working on the land? If the land is no longer being cultivated and they aren't needed any more, they just haven't bothered getting rid of them...

Don't know about where you are but down here, if you own more than 3 hectares of land you are allowed to live on it.

Best to ask the planning dept at your local council.

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Just wondered if there was some unwritten law out there

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Well, only the ayuntamiento can answer that ... byelaws can differ from place to place!

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Just wondered if there was some unwritten law out there
Sometimes feels like there as many unwritten as written
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